Ovi Store 'tailored to Nokia N900'
13 January 2010 — 12:00 PM
Mobile phone recycling could be an option for consumers considering upgrading their old handset to take advantage of the latest technology.
Nokia has revealed that its Ovi Store is now live for users of its Nokia N900 phone, enabling them to take advantage of a range of apps and games.
Apps will be tailored to the handset to make the most of its features - this will include live video broadcast through Qik and live lyric searching using TuneWiki.
Consumers will also be able to personalise their mobile phone through the store and the company is promising that more is to come.
The Ovi Store 2009 Must-Have App of the Year Awards was recently announced, covering categories including music, social networking, news, entertainment and games.
The awards recognised social networking with app Nimbuzz, which allows free calls, free instant messaging and puts friends from a range of social networking sites in one place.
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